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Summary: Past Featured StoryThis tale of the teacher whom everyone loathes,
Accounts for his anger and elegant clothes.
It dripped through my mind when, too scantily cloaked,
I got caught in a rainstorm and throughly soaked.













WARNING: Despite the glints of humour, you will need a handkerchief.

Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 5092 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
11/12/04 Updated: 11/12/04


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 05/19/05 Title: Chapter 1: One shot

The story is beautiful. You've kept from making a cliched James Lily Snape love triangle. I enjoy the fact that Snape found beauty in nature and brought them out through the use of charms. It eludes to why Snape might not like charms in the present. I especially liked James reaction to Snape's work. During those moments while he watched Snape even he saw the beauty of Snape's love and was unable to feel jealous. Beautifully written.

 

Phases of the Moon by BlackClaude
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 144]

Summary: In Remus Lupin's fifth year at Hogwarts, his devoted friends finally master the complex Animagus spell, beginning the adventures they will remember for the rest of their lives. But Remus must also face prejudice in the rising war, a test of loyalty versus love, and the danger of his dark secret being revealed.

Pet Peeve Disclaimer: Peter is not worthless, Lily does not have three friends who fall for the Marauders, and no one calls Remus "Remy."

Categories: Marauder Era Genre: Warnings: Violence

Word count: 39588 Chapters: 9 Completed: No
Published:
02/14/05 Updated: 04/27/07


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 05/01/05 Title: Chapter 5: Fear

The chapter's end is beautifully written. The struggle between Remus' feelings towards Lily and his friendship with James has a nice balance and isn't overly dramatized. I like that it is a concious choice that Remus makes in helping James.

Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you liked it. I liked the idea of it being a conscious choice too, rather than him just losing her.

 

An Insider's View by CCCC
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 76]

Summary: A series of one-shots from inside the minds of various characters. Different formats and styles for each character.
This is a past featured story, but from way back before they did rosettes for it. Bellatrix, Gargoyle, Ollivander, Sorting Hat, Filch, Rita (New)

Categories: General Fics Genre: Warnings: Violence

Word count: 10402 Chapters: 6 Completed: Yes
Published:
03/05/05 Updated: 10/17/07


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 06/01/05 Title: Chapter 1: A Disciple

First to the gushing, I loved it. Now on the serious review. I like the subtitle way you brought in the traditions of the pure blood families. It wasn’t the cliched abusive family who beats you into submission forcing their beliefs on the child. Her sense of justification seems logical, in her situation and one can almost wonder how Hermione would have acted if she had been born in Bella’s place. This is a very rational, one could almost say compassionate view of Bella, but she is still a person passionate about her believes and acting as if it were a us or them, do or die situation. The style of the story is equally beautiful circular in nature it reflects the story as a cycle of hatred and persecution: muggles persecuted wizards, then wizards persecute muggles. I would love to see why Sirius didn't follow the same path as Bella if he too was initiated as she was.

Author's Response: Yay, that's how I meant it to be, really, honest ;) Thank you.

 
Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 09/11/05 Title: Chapter 3: A Shop-Keeper

I think out of the other one-shots you’ve written this is my favorite. I like how much depth and intrigue you have given to the character of Mr. Ollivander. I think the part of the story that stuck out at me the most was: [i] “When I began this job, if it can be called that, I was so sure, with all the surety that youth brings, that I could solve all the questions, decipher all the clues, and explain all the mysteries. I have since learnt that trying to determine how it all works is pointless, and that one can only carry out one’s duties, and hope that it will one day become clear.”[/i] You have written the life of Mr. Ollivander, the man who’s job takes over him, but you have also written the essence of life itself. It gives advice that is not only necessary for the new Ollivander, but for anyone, [i]“My advice to you is to marvel at what you do find out, instead of being obsessed with what you are yet to comprehend. If you only care about what you do not have, then you never appreciate what you do have.”[/I] what can I say good advice for anyone really. The other thing I also enjoyed was the little activities that he does, the solitaire and cricket. Sad as his life sounded it also sounded like everyone’s life. Filling up the time with activities to deal with the boredom. The only question I had was why did Mr. Ollivander the former sign his real name. I thought that after time he forgot his name, or is it that now that he has retired he remembers his old name?

 

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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
Published:
12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 05/15/05 Title: None

First off I am enjoying the story immensely. McKee's view of Dumbledore is great, he doesn't come off as a jolly old man, as seen through Harry's eyes but rather a meddlesome old coot. I was a bit confused at one point during Dumbledore's appearance. "he glanced into an orb that floated on an untucked chair around Albus’ neck" At first I was a little lost as you start the phrase with he and end it with Albus. I thought perhaps McKee began to refer to Dumbledore as Albus since he insisted on using her first name. I really liked that, but wasn't sure if it was still the case since he is refered to as Dumbledore shortly after. Overall though it was a beautifully written chapter. I was interseted in how you were going to keep the interaction between Bill and McKee, the fact that McKee is justifying her correspondance with Bill as rebellion works perfectly.

Author's Response: Thanks!

 

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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
Published:
12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 04/24/05 Title: None

Know...knew. That line was great, one of the hardest things to do when someone passes is to being to speak about them in the past tense. You captured his denial and attempt at acceptance wonderfully. The way you set up the story speaking of being shut out by the world and then in the end shutting the world out when his 'family' is destroy is beautiful.

Author's Response: Thank you, Ksenia! Thanks for noticing the turnabout in isolation. It's always nice to hear a new opinion abut my writing. :)

 

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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
Published:
12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 06/05/05 Title: None

It is a good start, introductions and setting up your scenes can be difficult at times. I would suggest relaxing a bit with your diologue. You don't need to reveal everything with your diologue. Try and create different voices for each of your characters.

Author's Response: First I must say, I am happy that you took the time to leave a review. I'll try to relaxa bit with my diologue...thanks for the GREAT advice!!

 
Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 06/05/05 Title: None

It is a good start, introductions and setting up your scenes can be difficult at times. I would suggest relaxing a bit with your diologue. You don't need to reveal everything with your diologue. Try and create different voices for each of your characters.

 

Summary: Here you will find a jumble messed of ill-conceived poems. Perhaps, and the odds are firmly against it, you may stumble across a small smile, intriquing thought, or unique feeling in here. But, again, it's very unlikely. Verse XI has been validated.

Categories: Poetry Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 2723 Chapters: 11 Completed: Yes
Published:
05/12/05 Updated: 03/14/06


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 06/13/05 Title: Chapter 2: Hermione's Dilemma

The poem was very sweet, s quick look into the confusion that is Hermonie's heart. I enjoyed the fact that you haven't made any of the three boys she's interested better then the other. Also the fact that you made her reason for liking them all credible, as well as her reasons for disliking them. Over all I enjoyed the rhyme especially the end of the poem. The final twist where she finds that Neville may be pulling at her heart strings. It brought a smile to my face.

Author's Response: I'm really glad you liked the ending. I'm glad you found the way Hermione was thinking things through believable too. I wanted to give the sense that the she was thinking so hard about those three that she never saw it coming with Neville. Sometimes, in real life, that's just the way it happens (I think...anyway).

 

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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
Published:
12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 05/15/05 Title: None

I've seen few be able to master a young Sirius' voice, and you've done it. You've been able to mix the playful boyish charm and mischievousness but still balance it out with his sense of responsibility. With both your one shots you've shown the essense of both Moony and Padfoot.

Author's Response: Thank you Ksenia! I'm glad you stopped by to review. I'm glad to know that you like Sirius. He was interesting to write. :)

 

Texture of Darkness by Masked One
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 52]

Summary: They say the world isn’t black and white- that there’s shades of grey. My world doesn’t have shades of grey. There’s no light for me. My world is a world of darkness, and it’s merely the texture that changes. . . . So I’ll write from my darkness-- inky wet words upon a pale parchment. I’ll write the ugly and brutal truth. I’ll write about hope with no goal. And the magic will take you back. Back to my memories. Welcome to my world. --Theodore Nott

Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: Violence, Non-Consensual Sex, Character Death

Word count: 8430 Chapters: 6 Completed: No
Published:
05/25/05 Updated: 05/10/07


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 06/12/05 Title: Chapter 1: Stay Strong

I must first admit that I usually don’t like angst and am very turned off by it. Its seems to come off at a very shallow level and sound very whiney. That said, I enjoyed your piece and will be awaiting new chapters eagerly. The first part that really grabbed me and made it sound genuine and not just another character’s depressed life was this quote: “They say that hope can be found in the darkest of places. I agree- but I don’t know what to hope for.” There is nothing worse then the lack of hope. This more then anything brought home the despair of Nott’s situation. Its nothing that he can escape, his hopelessness is constantly with him, creating an internal prison. Another line that stuck out for me was: “There used to be spiders here, but I moved them.” and then again: “But at least the spiders are safe now. I moved them.” Both are seemingly insignificant details but express the internal nature of Nott. The first line I read made me thing perhaps he was afraid of spiders and got rid of them for his own comfort. I surprised me that someone as seemingly violent and disturbed as him didn’t just kill them. Then when I came across the second line paragraphs down I realized that he was trying to safe the spiders, not get rid of them. Why would a boy empty of hope and swirling in darkness want to save a handful of spiders? I feel that you’ve kept your character balanced, although he is dark and violent, you have given him as well as the darkness texture. I prefer these subtle references to his good nature, rather then him stating he wont be nice. Overall though great job.

 

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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
Published:
12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 06/05/05 Title: None

Peter's need to escape struck me the most. The tragedy of his character comes out clearly in this one shot. Its subtil but the moment with Remus shows the lack of faith the rest of the Maurauders. Remus searches for what seems like a five minute period looking for a piece of paper since he knows Peter will forget. As a grown man he is treated like a child, emasculated by his closest friends. But even on the other side he finds he is powerless. The tragedy is that in the company of either group he is still miserable and alone. You seem to convay these feelings wonderfully through his self loathing, and interactions with Remus.

Author's Response: Thank you for your review! You always seem to know what I was going for. And thank you for noticing that Peter is alone no matter what. Writing this made me understand him a little better and it sounds like you understood him better as well. :)

 

MOMENTS OF BLISS by moonymaniac
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 1200]

Summary: Remus Lupin is a man with a tragic past, filled with pain, suffering and sorrow. But it is also a past filled with great adventure, true friendship and…love? Even though the odds were against him, Remus found happiness at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He had the Marauders, he was a prefect and his transformations were less horrible, thanks to his Animagi friends. What more could a teenage werewolf want? And how long could his happiness last? Remus and the Marauders prove that in the saddest of lives and darkest of times, there can still be moments of bliss.

Remus centric but with a lot of the other Marauders. This story is a romance, but has almost as much general Marauder era background and side story as romance.
Pre-HBP and DH, so some things from DH will be disregarded, as the warning indicates, but some Spoilers will be incorporated.

Categories: Marauder Era Genre: Warnings: Book 7 Disregarded, Character Death

Word count: 435441 Chapters: 71 Completed: No
Published:
06/08/05 Updated: 02/25/14


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 06/13/05 Title: Chapter 1: Prologue: Notes on a Life

This is a very nice begining. The journal entry was effective for a quick overview of Remus' childhood. I like that you didn't overly indugle in the sadness of 'the night', but rather showed the prolonged subtil pain of friends no longer visiting. I hope to see more of your story. Good job.

Author's Response: Thanks. I really appreciate it, Ksenia.

 

The Futility of Reason by Vocalion
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 31]

Summary: A procrastinating Potions master puts his worst foot forward as he makes an unwavering, albeit unconventional attempt to prevent Hermione's marriage. Will forty-eight hours afford Severus Snape sufficient time to convince her that he is a supercilious and unmitigated nuisance? Written in response to the Spring Faire Festival's "I Want to Kiss the Bride" story option.

Categories: Humor Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 10931 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
08/03/05 Updated: 08/03/05


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 10/27/05 Title: Chapter 1: The Futility of Reason

I bow down to the sucess of your story. I had not thought it possible to create a realistic romantic relationship that developed over 48 hours. I usually get annoyed by quick romances but here the pacing seemed slow as well as giving the urgancy of the wedding. Your characters were in canon, and their developement into older age was wonderfuly done. The only place where I felt it fell from it high standered was the when the girls were talking to Hermione before the wedding. I felt that the pairings offered were a bit odd, and not fully prepared. But over all it was wonderfully written and I definately loved it.

Author's Response: The 48-hour premise was created by one of the judges in Sycophant Hex's Spring Faire Festival. This one-shot was merely a response to it. I made the other pairings odd on purpose, to drive home the point that love is unpredictable. If, however, I had intended this story to be taken seriously, I would have selected different pairings. Thanks for reviewing. :-)

 

Splinters in My Heart by lunafish
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 21]

Summary: Once upon a time Narcissa and Severus were in love. Sadly, some things just aren't meant to be. Posted prior to DH.

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Sexual Situations

Word count: 4728 Chapters: 2 Completed: Yes
Published:
08/27/05 Updated: 06/11/06


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 09/11/05 Title: Chapter 1: Splinters in My Heart

I like this look on romance. Not all romance works out and you managed to portray a doomed romance beautifully, while still allowing the reader to hope that perhaps this time things will change and they will live 'happily ever after'. You captured young Narcissa's attitude wonderfully. Her want of adoration and unable to see the wrong in her relationship with Lucius until it was to late. The most telling comment was when she mentions that she realizes her friends really weren't much friends, they all spent so much time schemeing for themselves that they did not have time for each other. Besides that I was grateful for the fact that this romance wasn't one of roses and kisses. That the two of them gradually grew close by walking, and just communing with one another. There weren't hidden escapades of snogging or a gushing of emotions. Rather you created a realistic romance for the two of them. It is truely a great job and explains more as to the history behind Spinners End. In fact you echo Spinners End when Narcissa asked Snape not to tell anyone she didn't want to marry Lucius and she knew she could trust him. Congratulations on such a lovely fanfic.

Author's Response: Thanks for the thoughtful review, Ksenia! Maybe sometime I will try my hand at snogging scenes, but I tend to think that romance is more about...well, I guess communion is a good word for it! I'm glad I was able to portray Narcissa in a believable way; oddly enough, I actually tend to feel sorry for her because I imagine she's a bit trapped by her inherited sense of superiority, so I wanted to show that--given time--she could be capable of honest and relatively self-less affection. I appreciate your comments!

 

The Great Fall by SomberBallad
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 14]

Summary: Only five are left to fight the final battle, where once stood many now stands only a few brave and desperate souls. The Last Battle will be fought on deadly ground, and all lives will be lost.



(This is a Dark/Angsty, but not your cliche, Last Battle Story)

Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: Book 7 Disregarded, Character Death, Violence

Word count: 1699 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
08/29/05 Updated: 08/29/05


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 12/05/05 Title: Chapter 1: The Great Fall

Not many would kill Harry, I respect that you took that step and wrote a final battle where Harry lost. One that didn’t involve a miraculous end. I was impressed though there were a few parts that didn’t work well for me. I do enjoy the hinting at who was there, but once I discovered that Hermione was the narrator it lost its appeal, she knows them all and they are all her friends so I found it odd that she wouldn’t be a bit more personal about each. The setting was another odd part, I guess I didn’t really understand how the final battle worked out, was there an arranged time and place for them all to meet, or did Harry and the gang decided that if they stay in the house they would lure the Dark Lord to them? Ginny’s charm also confused me as well as the fact that the Death Eaters and Voldemort didn’t kill off the rest of the group. I just felt that they would have enjoyed destroying the friends of Harry.

I was impressed by the way you wrote the fight scene. It wasn’t overly filled with action and confusion. Rather it came off realistic in an interesting way since the writing was stylized. There was a poetic moment having Wormtail be the finish to Lupin, that he and Harry be the only two deaths. Overall you managed a powerful version of the final battle with out becoming cliched or overly dramatic. Which I was impressed with since I do admit to a little bias against the angst type stories. Wonderfully done.

Author's Response: Another SPEW review, God I feel so blessed, it's like Christmas already!

This was so helpful, and this is a story I really cherish. I will probably go through one day and fix all those things reworking the beginning again because I know what you mean will the distantness between Hermione and her friends.

As for the lack of action *cough* I'm terrible at fighting scenes...so I'm glad you enjoyed the less intense fighting a lot of other readers didn't care for it though.

To be honest I had never really thought about the location of the battle, and though this isn't exactly right I guess it was planned, not written down and everything but everyone knew about it...it's hard for me to explain.

Then Ginny with the charm...that was just a stupid act of desperation. I was lacking in creativity, I know.

As for Voldemort not killing them all, Hermione kind of addressed that. Voldemort I think would take more pleasure out of having them stay alive and in shock and grief for a little while rather than killing them all right off. Because all of them expected Harry to win, and for Voldemort to win would really cripple them. In my opinion keeping them alive was more cruel than just killing them. Of course it's all in the eye of the beholder.

Thank you so much for the review! I intend to go back through this after I'm done with all my other projects and fix some plot points so thank you for the suggestions.

 

Summary: When Lord Voldemort takes over the Ministry, Percy is left confused as to where his loyalties lie. He is brainwashed into believing that his family are the enemy and that the purge of “filthy blood” is necessary for the Wizarding world’s survival. The Weasley family are now in grave danger, as there are no limits to how far Percy will go to serve his new master. This fan fiction contains the theme of death and murder, including a few traumatic images. I’ve put it at PG-13 because as a whole I don’t believe it to be too bad, but I caution anyone who is uncomfortable with issues regarding death.

Categories: Dark/Angsty Fics Genre: Warnings: Suicide

Word count: 3858 Chapters: 2 Completed: Yes
Published:
08/30/05 Updated: 10/10/05


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 09/11/05 Title: Chapter 1: Part one

The moral ambiguity you portray in Percy’s character is well done. I would have preferred a bit more of a sloping hill sort of logic for when he becomes a death eater. Something a bit more gradual. But over all this was very nicely written and the imagery of the apple worked in nicely. I liked the way the fire was used as both a destructive and cleansing force. I felt at times you could a held back by explaining exactly what your images meant. For example the worms were the representation of Death Eaters. I personally prefer my symbols and images not to be overly defined for me, but this is just an artistic difference. Other then that I thought it was nicely done.

Author's Response: "I felt at times you could a held back by explaining exactly what your images meant. For example the worms were the representation of Death Eaters."
Thank you for pointing this out. I think it comes down to my confidence as a writer, I felt like I had to justify my images when really I didn't. You make a valid point and I will bear it in mind for the future.

 
Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 09/11/05 Title: Chapter 1: Part one

The moral ambiguity you portray in Percy’s character is well done. I would have preferred a bit more of a sloping hill sort of logic for when he becomes a death eater. Something a bit more gradual. But over all this was very nicely written and the imagery of the apple worked in nicely. I liked the way the fire was used as both a destructive and cleansing force. I felt at times you could a held back by explaining exactly what your images meant. For example the worms were the representation of Death Eaters. I personally prefer my symbols and images not to be overly defined for me, but this is just an artistic difference. Other then that I thought it was nicely done.

 

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Categories: Orphan Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 0 Chapters: 0 Completed: No
Published:
12/31/69 Updated: 12/31/69


Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 09/12/05 Title: None

In this chapter I enjoyed the most was the Draco's state of being. All his life he had been given a superficial form of freedom. Paralyzied and unable to speak he is trapped and forced to analyze the situation. He seems like the type of person who doesn't spend to much time in self reflection, and his current condition causes plenty of opportunity for it. On the side of Snape I liked that he didn't explain the full situation to Draco, but rather made him wait for the information. Even though he is technically not Draco's teacher any more he is still playing that role. He holds the information and dispenses it as he sees fit. I almost am inclined to believe that Snape is just holding on to it for a little bit of twisted fun. The short of it all is, the story is moving along splendedly. You haven't stayed in your comfortable nitch and are moving in a completely new direction, congratulations.

Author's Response: Thank you Ksenia! Your input for chapter one was very helpful and I really like what you have to say here. This story is indeed hard because I'm working with characters that I don't know a lot about nor do I care about them. (And yet... I write a story about them.) Your review makes me feel good! Thanks. :)

 
Reviewer: Ksenia Signed
Date: 10/27/05 Title: None

First I of course love this new chapter in your exploration of Snape and Draco's escape. Moving quickly to the part that threw me off, the fake-death potion and its similarity to a love potion. I understoon its purpose, that it allowed Snape to accidently take it, but I felt it made that section awkward. The pay off of Snape accidently taking the potion wasn't worth the awkward moment. Not sure if there is another reason for why it smells like a love potion but from what I saw I thought it detracted from your story. You'll be happy to note that is the end of my critisim.

I really enjoyed the flashback to Snape's Hogwart years. I think this insignificate Snape is very true to cannon and shows how he became the way he is today. Also the structure of the Death Eaters has been one of the best versions of it I have seen. There isn't a comeradeer or a giving of favortism on Voldemorts part there is an equal hatred of everything and a continual using of anyone around him.

And finally the introduction of Regulous and how he enters the picture to Voldemorts destruction is very interesting. You have me hooked, I honestly desire to see what will happen next.

Author's Response: Yeah... It took me a looong time to respond to this. Sorry, Ksenia! I'm glad you liked it. Your input is quite valuable.

 
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